Wearing a garment in a way that certainly was not intended by the designer usually ends up in some land of fantastic.
Bec & Bridge for eBay Limited Edition Tee - Sara Berman Leather Pants (similar HERE and HERE) - Alex's Cargo Jacket (similar HERE) - Alexander Wang Heels (similar HERE and HERE) - ASOS Band Rings - Sabo Skirt Claw Ring - DIESEL Gold Chronograph Watch
Most people find the idea of wearing skirts over pants absolutely incomprehensible. Ruby Rose is one of them (she never did reply to that tweet). To this I say who cares: I'm going to do it anyway. Time and time again. But of course, a girl who lives half her double life taking photos of herself must hear the cries of those who watch her take photos of herself. So I'm going replace this trend of the 90s with another awesome trend of the 90s - tying a jacket so large around your waist that it may as well be a skirt. The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air wants his swag back.
But with a serious face on, wearing a garment in a way that certainly was not intended by the designer, or even the buyer, usually ends up in some land of fantastic. In this instance, the hood, zippers and general bulk of Alex's cargo jacket kicks out nicely in a remote A-line and does some cool cascade-y asymmetrical maneuvers to add some crazy 90s baby to what would otherwise have been your standard tee-and-leather-pants Bingle get-up (with all due respect, Bingle - you're looking mighty fine).
And if, like me, you can't decide whether this tee lends its ampersand better to sports luxe or biker chic, you can rest easy because sister both grounds are covered. Your leather pants have sporty stripes up the sides. But they're leather. Your watch could take out someone's eye. But it's the same size as your brother's waterproof CASIO G-shock.
Life is good.